I want Dr Pepper of some kind now after all that discussion.
This is what I need: http://weightliftingepiphanies.blogspot.com/2009/07/mondays-mouth-watering-guest-article.html Last night I just couldn't stick the landing on my snatches. I think I'll just do a bunch of snatch balances at 75kg and 80kg tonight. And squat. Like 365 or something. Squat first. Then go home. My thumbs and wrists are getting beaten up. They're supposed to adapt eventually. Meet on the 10th. I will train hard on Monday and on Thursday I will just do my warmups. I still plan to open with 75 and 100. I can do both easily, they are good for many attempts, but it gets harder after that. Targets are 80 and 110. I think second attempts will be 78 and 105. I don't know about hitting 110. I'm good for the clean, but I can't hit it without blacking out up top and the jerk is too heavy for me.
Is there any particular reason heartburn would pop up in the summer? I had it last summer (as diarized) and it's acting up this summer. I'm trying to think of what I do differently in the summers. Fall (after some point in October), winter, and spring were just fine. I don't think it's a reaction to stress because I've certainly had my share of stress between October and now and neither this summer nor last were high points. Nor were they really high points in terms of bodyweight (well, right now I'm at a high plateau, but it's not terribly different from what it was before the heartburn started up again). The correct answer is probably not to look too deeply for a pattern or meaning because, if there is one, I'm probably too close to the problem to see it. I refuse to try to impose order on the chaos rather than applying what external sources say is the method for dealing with this.
I ran into the landlord on the way out the door. I should've said something about wanting to get him to put the AC in sometime, but I had to catch a train. Crap: tomorrow and Sunday are supposed to be quite hot. It would've been helpful.
Free food for fourth of july! I'm out of here.
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